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Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
get you caught up on the top stories this hour. israel continues its bombardment of gaza in response to rocket fire from lebanon. secretary of state john kerry is in austria hoping to restart stalled nuclear talks with iran. in the western u.s. a drought has states going to court to fight for water. >>> and german socceran
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm PDT
slg \s . >>> fox urgent, i'm harris faulkner, israel under fire and fighting back. we are entering day 7 of that offensive. it's 2:00 until morning or so there right now. for the first time in this conflict israel has deployed military group. commanders say they went in to destroy a rocket operation point. prime minister prime minister netanyahu said he will use any means necessary. >> i just want your viewers to imagine the united states being bombarded not in one city or two cities, but in every city between new york and colorado, maybe 20% of the united states would be exempt from this, 80% of your citizen would have to be in bomb shelters or ready to go into bomb shelters within a minute to a minute and a half max. >> john hutty, from gaza city, john? >> well, harris, earlier this evening, helicopter gunships, apatcher helicopters started firing offshore on intended presumably hamas targets. we've not seen that before. we've seen the air strikes, cannon fire from offjersey, and last night the small arms fires as israeli commandos, special operations team stormed the shore here,
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
always. congressman bob good lott. >>> israel is hitting back. a ground offensive in gaza. former israeli ambassador to the united states, daniel ialone, united states, daniel ialone, joins us humans. we are beautifully imperfect creatures living in an imperfect world. that's why liberty mutual insurance has your back, offering exclusive products like optional better car replacement, where if your car is totaled, we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. call... and ask an insurance expert about all our benefits today, like our 24/7 support and service, because at liberty mutual insurance, we believe our customers do their best out there in the world, so we do everything we can to be there for them when they need us. plus, you could save hundreds when you switch, up to $423. call... today. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? >>> israeli forces are intensifying their attacks on gaza after rockets from the hamas-run territory struck deep within israel. hamas warns all israelis are, quote, legitimate targets, as more than 300 rockets have been f
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
israel ignoring international calls for cease-fire. amid growing concern about ths.ting civilian dea israel says it is updating plans for a possible ground invasion now. egypt at u.s. earlier international calls for an end to attacks on both sides. theian authorities say salvage of the crippled costa concordia cruise liner will begin today, weather permitting. off tuscany in january 2012. it was set up right last autumn and will eventually be towed to genoa for scrapping. the robot cargo ship is on its way to the international space station. cap soital science is blasted off carrying food and order free gym close for the iss crew. the laboratory was 400 kilometers above australia when cygnus took off. news,e you missed the germany won the world cup with a narrow 1-0 win over argentina. fans around the world watched a game, but not everywhere. mongolia was largely indifferent to the drama, preferring its own sporting and cultural event. here is how the festival is helping boost the economy. >> and escape from the urban life. the reminder of the past. to mr. snow the present, and the c
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
mybreo.com >> defense officials say sunday's commando raid in gaza could be the first in five years. israel is amassing tanks and soldier also at the border. some fear that could mean a broader ground offensive. thousands have been told to evacuate. northern gaza is homes to 100,000 people. >>> , of course, many families in the delaware have families in the middle east. we spoke to this couple who is serving in the military. sheshetheir son is a combat med. if israeli moves ground troops into gaza, it's his job that concerns them the most. >> we are concerned we have a son on the front line he is a combat medic that means he'll be actively involved. that's very scary for me. >> the rothchilds have installed apps on their phone to find out why missiles are fired. they say their friends and family have changed their habits, but mostly tried to go about their daily business. >> authorities in north jersey say a man who murdered a rookie jersey city police officer allegedly did it to become fame outs. investigators say 27-year-old lawrence campbell snatched a gun away from an armed security gua
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
three judge court held that it was permissible to prohibit citizens of canada and israel from making contributions to elections in the united states. not just contributions, but expenditures. they couldn't spend thei could y in support of a candidate. and the underlining rationale for the three-judge district court decision written by the judge of the district of columbia court of appeals basically was there is a justified interest in the government running the election and having the control and have outsiders come in and tell americans how. it is precisely the same rationale that would support where we wouldn't let them spend money trying to influence the election. >> host: how would you state that principle that states having an interest in preserving the integrity of their own elections? >> guest: there is a powerful state interest in having fair elections and it is an interest to trump the first amendment right and the situation and on the treaty of the first amendment as everything else i think that they fail to give adequate weight to the interest of the people running their o
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. >> israel is escalating its military strikes on gaza and thousands of palestinians flee their neighborhoods. they also launched more air strikes, which too many out homes, command centers and launching pads. the assault killed more than 170 people. a lot of them may be civilians. with more attacks suspected, israel dropped fliers in northern gaza and called residents on the phone asking them to get out. >>> a woman was nearly raped in d.c. she was attacked a block away tr p the washington convention center. it happened early saturday morning around 9th and "m" street. he tried to sexually assault her, but she did manage to get away. police haven't caught the man who did it. we have liftoff. a rocket blasts off from virginia with innovative new stuff for the fifth time in a months, another baltimore ravens >>> hundreds of children are now here in the united states without their families. it's a crisis on the border, and local leaders say they want nothing to do with it. now we've learned they won't have to. the the federal government has scrapped plans to turn a vacant building
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
sides. cbs news correspondent alphonso van marsh is in israel where the military is on high alert. >> reporter: israeli naval commandos entered gaza sunday and carried out a strike on rocket launch facilities. >> there was engagement with hamas terrorists. we had a few scrapes, nothing substantial. they had some substantial damage. >> reporter: israel says it's targeting hamas militants but the air and sea attacks are also killing civilians including children. thousands of palestinians fled their homes sunday after israel dropped leaflets warning about a "short and temporary campaign in northern gaza." [speaking foreign language] >> reporter: this man says he is trying to protects his children from death. as israel continues its attacks on hamas targets in gaza there's new evidence of a growing troop buildup on this side of the border. tanks and armored vehicles are poised near the border waiting for further orders. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says his nation has right to defend itself in any way necessary. >> we're doing exactly what any country would do, you would
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
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Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
the top stories this hour. israel launches more air strikes on morne gaza as the -- northern gaza as the death toll keeps rising. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in austria hoping to solve stalled nuclear talks with iran. >>> a two year drought in california has the states going to court for water. >>> and a live look from berlin. german soccer fans celebrate as they win the world cup. >>> good to have you with us. we begin with the crisis between israel and gaza. it is monday morning, the 7th day of the latest condemrilent. israeli -- conflict. israeli ministry is launching for rockets and they are firing into israel. in gaza, tens of thousands of palestinians are fleeing their homes in search of safety, many of them are taking refuge in local schools. since israel launched its military campaign on tuesday, 890 rockets have been fired into israel. 172 intercepted by israel's iron dome. israel launched at least 1400 air strikes into gaza. the casualties are staggering. at least 170 people have been killed, 32 of the dead are children. in more than 1,100 others have been injured.
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
>> jeff: tonight no end in sight. israel says its operation could take time as gaza braces for an intensified assault. holly williams is there. doctorsal aldz study could let them predict the disease 15 to 20 years in advance, don dahler explains. the polar plunge. summer temperatures dip way down for tens of millions. eric fischer has the forecast. >> and these days the one thing more important than eating the food, taking a picture of it. >> maybe they will take a picture but say to the friend, you know, the food looks better than it taste. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor, calls for a cease-fire continue though tonight both sides appear to be heading in the opposite direction. israeli tanks are massing at the gaza border. israel briefly did deploy ground troops inside the gaza strip this morning, a precursor to a possible ground invasion. in gaza city thousands of palestinians continue fleeing their homes. many taking shelter in united nations buildings. so far 167 have died in this latest
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
minutes away. thank you. >>> meanwhile, another bloody day in the gaza strip between israel and hamas. is the u.s. going to get pulled into another conflict in the middle east? our panel will be up kicking that off as we look ahead on "sunday morning futures." stay with us. 3rd and 3. 58 seconds on the clock, what am i thinking about? foreign markets. asian debt that recognizes the shift in the global economy. you know, the kind that capitalizes on diversity across the credit spectrum and gets exposure to frontier and emerging markets. if you convert 4-quarter p/e of the s&p 500, its yield is doing a lot better... if you've had to become your own investment expert, maybe it's time for bny mellon, a different kind of wealth manager ...and black swans are unpredictable. >>> welcome back. israel now calling for people to evacuate their homes in the northern gaza strip. suggesting more violence to come. the death toll from israel's air offensive against the terrorist group, hamas, has now topped 160. and the campaign shows no signs of stopping. could the u.s. get pulled into yet ano
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
wallace, israel wants residents to evacuate their homes after announcing military would use "great force," to strike the region in the next 24 hours. >> no country on earth would remain quiet in the face hundreds of rockets. >> we will talk with binyamin netanyahu about the offensive and former ambassador dennis process who says other conflicts have sidelined concern over israel and palestinian peace. >> then, the stalemate over immigration continues after president obama travels to texas but decides not to visit the border. >> the best way to address this problem is for the house of representatives to pass legislation fixing our broken immigration system. >> he has been president for 5 1/2 years, when will he take responsibility for manage? >> we will talk with governor rick step i who met with him this week. >> with all the finger-pointing between the white house and congress, how will immigration affect the november elections? our sunday panel weighs in right now on fox news sunday. >> hello from fox news in washington, and what began as a humanitarian crisis with thousands of central
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
cross the bored near gaza this week? it certainly looks possible. israel today warned that more scenes like this could happen at any time. this is what's left of the house belonging to the chief of police in gaza. an israeli air strike destroyed it last night, killing the police chief and we are told, his entire family. 18 people in all were killed. israel warned everybody in northern gaza today to stay away from all hamas sites for their own safety. >>> question number two, will washington take action to address the immigration crisis? tens of thousands of children have shown up at the u.s. bored we are mexico in recent months. president obama has proposed a $3.7 billion spending bill to ease the crisis but republicans say the bulk of any new spending should be used for deportations and to beef up border security. >>> question number three, what will its prostitute accused of killing a google executive say to the judge? alix tichelman will be in court on wednesday accused of manslaughter after allegedly injecting heroin into forest hayes. and georgia police say she may have done it be
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
with no end in sight. sirens constantly sounding in cities across israel, as militants in gaza fire rockets in to the the country. >> although israelis using that missle defense system, israeli leaders are asking citizens not to be complacent. fox's david lee miller reports. >> reporter: militants in gaza today fired their longest range rocket yet of this ongoing conflict, targeting the northern israeli city of the area that is distance from gaza, a little over 100 miles. in the past, the area has come under fire by hezbollah, in south lebanon. this is the first time that militants in gaza have fired upon this city. this incident underscores the virtually all of israelis from one end of the country to the other are within their reach of hamas. also, today, sirens could be heard from the city of tel aviv as rockets, once again, flew overhead. in the city in the south, a 16 year-old was seriously injured by rocket fire. throughout date there were rocket attacks and siren that could be heard in dozens of israeli cities. the prime minister has warn israelis not to be complacent, to seek
LINKTV
Jul 13, 2014 2:30pm PDT
and we will be going live to better lip -- berlin but first we look at news. israel is stepping up offenses in gaza there were morning air strikes and commando raid sunday. more than 160 palestinians have been killed but neither side is backing down. hamas militants have continued to fire rockets into israel as wellment world leaders are pushing for deescalation without success. the israeli prime minister rejected calls for a cease-fire sunday saying they will do whatever is necessary. in gaza thousands of palestinians have been fleaing the violence. >> a last kiss goodbye. this woman's 3-year-old daughter was killed in an israeli air strike. gazans held a funeral proceedings for another air strike where people were killed. thousands of phreufrpalestinians have fled homes and israel has announced plans to destroy homes there. schools are open at temporary shelters but people feel defenseless. >> we are tradition the army will invade. that would cause a lot of problems and destruction. the tanks could destroy our homes. >> israel has continued heavy air strikes on gaza and israeli t
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:30pm EDT
>>> on this edition for sunday, july 13th, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu warns israel's operations in gaza might not end soon. >> the climax of the world cup. >> and in our signature segment from ohio thieves stealing valuable metal putting the public in danger. >> reporter: the would be thieves climbed up and cut the lines so it dangled over the interstate under thousands of volts of tension. when an suv got too close, there was a bright flash that blew out the windshield and knocked the driver unconscious. next on newshour weekend. pbs newshour weekend is made possible by the colemans, judy and josh westin, josh v. hale, the wallack family, the millsteen family, bernard and irene schwartz, the citi foundation, rosslyn p. walter, mutual america designing customized, individual and group retirement products. additional support is provided by and by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you! from the tisch wnet studios at lincoln center in new york, hari sreenivasan. >> good evening. thanks for joinin
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
first we're focusing overseas. israel is warning people in gaza to get themselves and their families far away from places important to the militant group hamas because it's not safe. they could be bombed at any time. so far those have not been empty warnings. the israeli military says it has struck more than 1300 targets. what they call terror targets over the past few days. according to palestinian health officials 168 people most civilians have been killed. an appeal today from the pope. stop migfighting in the middle t and continue working towards peace. pope francis said from the vatic vatican. the pope met with both leaders last month. john kerry and benjamin netanyahu spoke by phone today. the israeli leader stressed his country's right to defend itself against rockets launched from gaza. kerry offered to help facilitate a cease-fire. let's talk about that, the diplomacy, the help from outside now that it's been offered. michael orrin is not only cnn's middle east analyst, he used to be israel's ambassador to the united states. mr. ambassador, thanks for coming back. your thoughts?
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
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NHK
Jul 14, 2014 6:00am JST
warned israelis of further attacks. the islamist militant group fired nine rockets toward israel's largest commercial city, tel aviv. experts believe israel is stepping up its efforts to eradicate the launch sites in gaza in response to the palestinian offensive. >> translator: i didn't want to leave, but my house was burned down in an israeli military attack. >> the israeli air force dropped leaflets warning palestinians in northern gaza to evacuate to the south before sunday noon. this has raised speculation that israel will carry out a major offensive on northern gaza. in gaza, authorities say more than 1,300 israeli air strikes have killed 160 people and injured another 1,085 since last tuesday. they say many of the wounded are women and children. on saturday an israeli war plane dropped a bomb that flattened the home of a gaza police chief and damaged a nearby mosque as evening prayers ended. in that attack alone, at least 18 people were killed and more than 30 others were wounded. the israeli military says it's responding to the more than 800 rockets fired into israel by pale
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm PDT
homes after israel dropped leaflets in northern gaza today warning residents to move away from hamas sites to avoid air strikes. it helped 150 u.s. citizens leave gaza and get into jordan today. israel says it's already hit what it calls more than a thousand terror targets. yet rockets from gaza keep coming. the gaza health ministry says 368 have died and most are civilians. ben wedeman spoke to people as they tried to get their families to safety after the warnings from israel. >> reporter: the clock is ticking. it's time to go. israel ordered the inhabitants of this area in northern gaza to leave by 2:00 p.m. sunday. hamas told them to stay put. "i don't answer to them" says ahmed. "i do what's best for us." he's sending his family to safer ground in gaza city, relatively safer, that is, although he'll stay behind. luckily he caught a taxi to take them away and not a moment too soon. these children have heard the crash of shelling and air strikes for days now. but it still tafs them. this is the third time in the last five years ahmed's family has had to flee their home. >> like al
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm EDT
fired out from the horizon. after that we heard alerts in israel. so we know that there is activity, but israel has alerted people on the border that they will be launching heavier strucks, and they didn't -- strikes, and they didn't make clear what they would be, but we can proouk them be air -- presume they'll be air strike. they are going after the rocket launchers, and according to the israelis they are hiding around hospitals and schools. they want people out of there to target those areas. nevertheless, nothing slowed down. we have seen an increase in targetting institutional places, police stations and that sort of thing. if you look over the city, you can drive down the street and every few blocks you'll find a targeted site. that is likely to increase with neither side backing down, and with israel preparing the ground for a ground invasion. >> as the strikes continue. >> that's a boom behind me now. yes, there are about 804 nationals who have the opportunity to leave through the araz gate, the land gate. there are those asked to leave by the israelis, this is a leaflet dro
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
state, john kerry made reenvying ration of the peace talks between the state of israel and the palestinian authority a top priority. here's what secretary kerry said on july 30, 2013, one year ago. quote, the parties have agreed here today that all of the final status issues, all of the core issues, and all other issues are all on the table for negotiation. and they are on the table with one simple goal. of you to ending the conflict ending the claims. our objective will be to achieve a final status agreement over the cost of the next nine months. unquote. well, that was then. here's the situation now. fighting between the palestinians and the isrealis has heated up. since the murders of three isreali teenagers followed by the apparent reprisal murder of the palestinian youth, said to have been burned to death. hamas launched hundreds of rockets at israel from the gaza strip. and israel has retaliated with targeted strikes against hamas militants. >> question, are those peace talks now dead? mort zuckerman. >> no, they never will be dead. it doesn't mean they will happen or suc
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
world leaders, and they understand israel is in a right of self-defense. >> we have a reporter live from gaza city. it's nighttime. what does that mean over there, john? >> reporter: well, the fire fighting is increasing. what we're hearing are helicopter gunships, most likely israeli helicopters firing on hamas militant locations. this is significant, because we've seen the heavy artillery fire from navy vessels offshore. we've seen the air strikes, including many today. but we have not yet seen helicopter gunships. what does this mean? that's unclear. whether this is signaling another ground offensive like we saw last night, an intense fire fight, when israeli special forces stormed the beach. just about a half a mile north of our location here. and engaged in first small arms fire, that then intensified over the course of about an hour. into heavy artillery fire. we saw the tracers come across at one point, we thought we were in the cross fire. the air strikes ongoing throughout the night into the early morning hours. this is why the israeli military has urged, has warned people
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
washington's response so far. >>> israel steps up its offensive as troops mobilize and tanks amass on the gaza border. >>> it's shaping up to be a bloody summer in two of america's biggest cities. what's behind the shooting spike in new york and chicago. >> are folks more interested in politics or solving the problem. if they're interested in solving the problem, then this can be solved. if the preference is for politics, then it won't be solved. >> that was president obama in dallas this week, attempting once again to frame the debate over immigration. and pointing the finger at republicans for failing to act. under fire for his decision not to visit the texas border during a three-day fund-raising swing through the state, the president is asking congress for millions. it's turned into a political and humanitarian crisis for the administration. joining us this week, dorothy, and columnist kim strosel, and mary o'grady. mary, you followed this issue for years, migration from the americas to the united states. what is behind this influx of children? >> well, i think, paul, what you hav
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
going off in israel's cities to warn of incoming rockets from gaza. we'll have live reports from that region. >>> this is a scene that repeats itself every day, every hour along the rio grande. after this group comes in, they can expect to see another one very soon. >> a desperate journey. a steady stream of undocumented immigrants is putting resources along the border to the test. we'll have a firsthand account from the ground. >>> sub minimum wage. there's a population of americans who earn less than $1 an hour and it is perfectly legal. >>> we know music can be electrifying. now there's a new instrument that creates electricity. it's called spark shaker. i'm milissa rehberger in for craig melvin. we begin with a developing story in the middle east. israel continued its bombardment of gaza today. gaza's police headquarters was among the buildings destroyed. more than 170 people in gaza have been killed in the ongoing exchange of fire between israel and the palestinians. thousands are now fleeing their homes are a israeli forces dropped leaflets washing of new attacks. some 800 rocke
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >>> violent bitter clashes between israel and gaza are getting more intense today and hundreds of gaza residents are trying to get out. the consulate in jerusalem helped 150 leave gaza and get into jordan today. that's after they dropped leaflets into gaza warning them to move away from air strikes. israeli says its forces have already hit what it calls more than a thousand terror targets, yet rockets from gaza keep coming. more than 800 have been intercepted and today israel intercepted two more over tel aviv. the gaza health ministry says at least 68 people have died in gaza and most are civilians. israeli prime minister netanyahu said today hamas is to blame. >> reporter: who is hiding in hamas. hamas. who is putting people in the hospital, hamas. who is putting control centers in civilian residents and kin kindergartens. hamas. they're using humans as a human shield. >> benjamin netanyahu spoke with secretary john kerry. kerrie said israel has the right to defend itself. wolf blitzer has been there in jerusalem and has the latest on the situation on the ground. >> reporter: there d
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
hume in for chris wallace. israel warns residents of north gaza to evacuation after announcing it will use the military with great force to strike the region within the next 24 hours. >> no country on earth will remain passive in the face of hundreds of rockets fired on its cities, and israel is no exception. >> we'll talk with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, and we'll talk about representative ross. >>> then the stalemate over immigration continues after president obama travels to texas, but decides not to visit the border. >> the best way to truly address this problem is for the house of representatives to pass legislation fixing our broken immigration system. >> he's been president for 5 1/2 years, when will he take responsibility for something? >> we'll discuss with texas governor rick perry, who met with the president, and the chair of the homeland security committee michael mccaul. >>> plus with all finger pointing between the white house and congress, how will immigration affect the november election? our panel weighs in, right now on "fox news sunday." >>> hello agai
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: officials say this incident has caused a single greatest cost of life since israel began its attack on gaza last week. the israeli army also said special force ohs raided a site. there was an exchange of gunfire that came close to the shore. it was an intense night of airstrikes, and by daylight the damage was clear. the fires of the early morning were still smoldering. >> reporter: the israeli army told people the north of gaza to leave their homes. they'll clear the area of hamas' capabilities. and palestinian refugees say they have opened multiple schools to provide shelter for the thousands. they're expected to heed that call. >> now emergency aid is being delivered to gaza to jordan and egypt. four ambulances were sent from israel and seven trucks came through rafa. medical supplies are dangerously low. our correspondent. is live with us in gaza city. they're talking about a really hard military strike. what is the situation like so far? >> reporter: they are, indeed. this is the leaflet that has been air dropped on people in the area. and it tells them that the israeli
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
interview in vienna, with iran's foreign minister. his tough words for israel and resistance to u.s. demands in crucial nuclear talks. he insists iran will not dismantle nuclear capacity because it has no interest in making the bomb. >>> back home the politics of the immigration crisis. can the president find agreement with republicans to stop the flow of illegal immigrants. >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, this is "meet the press" with david gregory. >> good morning. israel is stepping up its attacks on gaza despite international pressure for a cease fire. for the first time, evidence of a potential ground invasion as israel briefly send commandos into gaza and warned some residents to evacuate their homes. palestinian authorities saying more than 170 people have been killed. in israel air raid sirens as far north as tel aviv are sounding as hamas continues to launch rockets into the country causing damage and injuries but no deaths. i'm joined by martin indyk in his first television interview since stepping down last month as the obama administration mideast envoy. he se
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
>>> violent bitter clashes between israel and gaza are getting more intense today. israel's saying it's ready for any possibility and calls for a cease-fire are going unanswered as strikes continue from both sides. today israel dropped leaflets on gaza warning residents to move awa u from hamas sights to avoid air strikes. israel says its forces have already hit what it calls more than a thousand terror targets in gaza, yet rocket attacks keep coming. more than a thousand have been intercepted by israel's iron dome and today they intercepted two more over tel aviv. at least 168 people have died in gaza, most of whom are civilians. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said today hamas is to blame. >> reporter: who is hiding in the hamas, who is putting control centers in civilian residences and kindergartens, hamas. hamas is using the residents as a human shield. >> netanyahu also spoke to u.s. secretary of state john kerry today. according to the state department kerry condemned the attacks from gaza and said israel has a right to defend itself. earlier today israeli troops we
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 1:30pm EDT
and ramesh ponnuru talk about israel and hillary, president obama, and the tea party. ♪ >> welcome back. i will get to margaret carlson and ramesh ponnuru in a moment. first, unease in the gaza strip. we head to tel aviv for elliott gotkine is standing by. the violent seems to escalate every day. what are the hopes and fears for what will transpire in the next few days and weeks? >> we could see some sort of ground invasion, which netanyahu, the israeli prime minister, has been threatening. this would lead to many more civilian casualties in gaza. it will also lead to israeli casualties. there have already been 100 palestinian deaths so far approximately. many dozens of them are reportedly women and children and other non-combatants. the big concern now that there could be a ground invasion. this seems to be worrying the international community most right now. >> do you get a sense? >> they called up 33,000 reservists so far. they have deployed three infantry brigades around gaza as well in preparation for a possible order to launch a ground invasion. netanyahu has been opaque in e
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:15pm EDT
. when i say allies, i'm talking about great britain, the czech republic, poland, israel, honduras. winston inhabitants like a break, people in iran demonstrate against their own government in 2009. it didn't help. syria. when i wrote this book, i'm not going to refer to the book other than to say he was 5400 people that it had killed in syria at that time. very attacking the city. but the people were carrying banners saying how does or will all be killed. well, we didn't help them and may have been killed. now the estimate is 5400. it's 130,000 is the last estimate and they're not estimated anymore. he can't get a correct number. the people they will say we think it's about 150,000. they were being killed. in iran where there was this marvelous demonstration of the people against the ayatollah khomeini, of the placards said you're either for us or you're for that. nothing. you may remember the girl, net at yesterday he was killed. we had an opportunity to be something for some awfully good people interact. awfully good people at area and we did it. >> would you have sent troops? i
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
since the israeli offensive began six days ago. thousands of supporters are protesting israel's actions in the gaza strip. meanwhile,itionis has launched more than a thousand airstrikes with at least 800 hamas rockets have been fired at israel. the vatican addressed pilgrims calling for peace. back in june, he held a joint prayer with shimon partners as well as palestinian mac mood abbas. the pope says he does not believe that prayer was any vain. foreign nationals and palestinians are packing their bags. leaflets dropped over gaza urging people to leave as the threat of new israeli airstrikes looms over the city. israel's military is warning of a short and temporary campaign against northern gaza. ni nick schifrin has more. >> many people here in gaza describe this as a prison because they can't leave because of the israel law that surrounds gaza or because of each script. the med train sea and the naval blockade israel has out there. there were a few people and very few people who were able to leave and they used the opportunity. >> for the few gazans with foreign pass ports,
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
. >> the ongoing battle against israel and hamas. it's warning civilians to take shelter rather than be used as shields as casualties mount in gaza. president netanyahu mounts his speech as peace for israel. the government is promised tons of trillions in benefits it cannot pay for, meaning beneficiaries get taxes meant for the young. we'll tell a story meant only for this hour. america's news headquarters live from the nation's capitol starts now. >> it is a very large amount of money, and as you analyze it, very little of it is for border security. and i think until he gets realistic about the problem and how you deal with the problem, and it is a border security issue. >> texas governor rick perry and texas representative michael mccall, fox news sunday yesterday, aren't the only ones who think president obama's request to congress for $3.7 billion to handle thousands of children headed for the border is mishandled. we have a look at how the crisis is being handled in washington and how some solutions, lawmakers say, will fix it. steve? >> reporter: texas governor rick perry is renew
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
between israel and its enemies has made many wonder, is this the dawn of the third antti fada and how does it relate to the other fires now burning in the middle east? i have terrific panel to talk about that and the inevitable question, how is president obama handling these and other foreign policy challenges? >>> and the crisis that hasn't gone away between russia and the west over ukraine. it may not be atop the headlines, but it is far from over says my guest sweden's foreign minister, car bildt. >>> and why was a french bank fined $9 billion by the u.s. government? i'll tell you how america is wielding a unique weapon that is the economic equivalent of a killer drug. >>> also, washington is dysfunctional and can't fix the student debt problem, but i will take you up a mill high to a place in america that has figured out a fix. >> so you have seen that there are two different approaches, right? >>> but first here's my take. the obama administration's decision to seek $500 million to train and fund moderate elements of the syrian opposition has been greeted with bipartisan support in wa
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
israel is dropping leaflets on gaza with a very important message. it stunned beachgoers in a new york area, a plane carrying a banner with swastikas on it. who did it and why? it's still there, but not for long. after more than a year and a half, engineers are final lly going to try something that's never been tried before to move this ship wreck. and talks about potential terrorists and why it's more frightening than anything he's seen as attorney general. >> hey there, everyone. just a bit past high noon in the east. three big developments at this hour in the middle east and the israeli hamas conflict. for the first time, israeli ground troops entered gaza raiding a rocket launching site overnight. 107 people have been killed and 1,100 injured. and in northern gaza, the israeli military dropped thousands of leaflet from the sky with a warning. >> in the biggest sign that israel is now perhaps preparing a ground campaign, israel warned thousands in gaza to leave their homes. the united nations expects up to 300,000 people to be displaced as a result of any possible ground invasion. a
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
tension in the mideast this morning. israel's are warning residents of northern gaza to evacuate their home. possibly because an invasion is imminent. we have more. >> the night sky is lit up. soon after hamas launched the most rockets yet on tel aviv. that is fueling the prospect of an isreali invasion. thousands amassed along the border wait to go invade. we saw it up-close. >> we are seeing two or three tanks now moving across. there's another low line of them waiting in these fields to move in. if there was any doubt about israel's willingness to come out on a ground offensive, all you need to do is take a look. >> an invasion that would inevitably cause death tolls to soar. most of the palestinian deaths are civilians. overnight 18 members of a single-family were killed. the violence now causing an exodus. early this morning we met some of the 144 american citizens israel is allowing to leave on the bus. this family from baton rouge, louisiana, on vacation, now fleeing a war. >> are you disappointed you are leaving? >> no, no, i'm happy. >> you want to get home? you want to get ou
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
. >>> tensions continue to escalate in the middle east. israel is warning residents of the northern gaza to evacuate their homes as it widens offensive. israeli airstrikes lit up the night sky after hamas launched the most rockets on tell vee. that -- tel aviv. some 200 american citizens have been allowed to leave. >> reporter: disappointed to be leaving? >> no, no, i'm happy. i miss america. >> reporter: you want to get home and out of the war zone. >> yes. >> neither israel or palestinian militants show siebs of agreeing to a cease-fire. >> president obama is calling for a deescalation of the violence in the middle east. he talked to prime minister netanyahu by phone and offered his help to bring an end to the deadly violence with hamas. the president recognized israeli's rights to defend itself but called on israel and the palestinians to restore calm. >>> new jersey governor chris christie is placing the blame for the violence in the middle east on president obama. chris at a made the remarks yesterday at the national governor's negotiation meeting in nashville, tennessee. chris
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
also know that israel has taken more than 100 strikes into israel from gaza, and we know that's part of why they're in there to try to stop and destroy wherever those sites are that the missiles are coming from. what is the precise end game? what stops this flare-up? >> you have to look back at previous flare-ups. in 2009 what happened was both sides at the same time declared a unilateral cease-fire, which more or less held for a while. that was probably because in that instance, israel conducted a ground incursion with heavy civilian casualties, and essentially achieved the goal, their limited goals and put out. in november 2012, after eight days with egyptian mediation, the fighting came to an end. this time around, there is no apparent mediation, and both sides seem to be sort of pushing the envelope in this case. hamas clearly has better military capabilities, better missiles, reaching farther into israel than ever before, and in israel, prime minister benjamin netanyahu is under a lot of pressure from particularly the right flank to really put an end to the missile fire although th
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
of air strikesal from mill tachblts firing more than 800 rocket into israel. meanwhile israel is calling for civilians in north gaza to leave. israeli prime minister blaming the ongoing military offense in hamas blame -- >> we're using missile defense to protect our civilians and they're using their civilians to protect their missiles. this can be achieved through diplomatic or military means, whatever military means we'll do whatever is necessary. i have spoke on the president obama in a good number of world leaders, i think they all understand israel's inherent right of self-defense. >> fox news team coverage right now, and david lee miller on the israeli border with gaza. first let's go to john hutty in gaza city. >> we're hearing cannon fire right now from presumably navy carriers off the coast. this happened early this morning, last night in new york as well when we saw on sense firefight when as we know now israeli official troops were on -- maybe about a quarter mile half a mile north. developed into heavy artillery and air strikes and this lasted, it was an intense fight
NHK
Jul 14, 2014 1:00am JST
attacks. the islamist militant group fired nine rockets toward israel's largest commercial city, tel aviv. experts believe israel is stepping up its efforts to eradicate the launch sites in gaza in response to the palestinian offensive. >> translator: i didn't want to leave but my house was burned down in an israeli military attack. >> the israeli air force dropped leaflets warning palestinians in northern gaza to evacuate to the south before sunday noon. this has raised speculation that israel will carry out a major offensive on northern gaza. >>> the number of civilian casualties continues to rise in gaza, and diplomatic efforts are under way to mediate a cease-fire between israel and hamas. >> the security council members called for de-escalation of the situation, restoration of calm, and a reinstitution of the november 2012 cease-fire. >> the united nations security council released a press statement on saturday calling for a cease-fire between israelis and palestinians. former british prime minister tony blair is also trying to broker a truce. he met with egyptian president
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
>>> first, he israel's prime minister benjamin net told his cabinet it may take a long time. the number of it deaths keeps rising. gaza's it health ministries says 1 60 peeping have been killed. so far, 29 are children beneath the age of 16. nineteen of the fatalities are women. the doughtiliest single strike killed at least 18 people. the police chief was the target. he is in a critical condition. most of his family are death. stefanie dekker reports from gaza. >> shortly after the attack, the search for survivors and the dead. this rubble was once the house of's police chief. he survived the assault and is believed to be in a critical but stable condition. many members of his family were killed. in the chaos rescuers used a combination of heavy machinery and bear hands to try to get inside. officials in the gaza health ministry were in no doubt that the house was deliberately targeted by israeli forces. >> it's a new massacre being committed against our people in the gaza strip. this time, the target was the house of the albach family. the houses nearby the mosque in the area.
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 8:30am PDT
this escalation began and comes as israel considers whether to mount a ground invasion. israeli military says four of the soldiers were wounded as they attacked. in what may be the first ground incursion of this conflict. the militants have launched hundreds of rockets in to he israel over the last week, caused some damage and injuries, so far no israelis have been killed. that is in large part to the defense system which shoots those rockets down. pal stillians have no such protection and one airstrike on the home much gaza's police chief killed 18 people. israeli military says used by militants but pal tinnian officials say 50 people have lost their lives. israeli military dropped leaflets in the air in northern gaza warning residents toe evacuate for their own safety and today hundreds of families have fled their homes and taken refuge in school buildings here in gaza city. israeli military meanwhile has called up more than 30,000 reservists and have massed troops on the border adding to fears of a ground invasion. and despite calls for a cease fire from the security council
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